Magnetic Tides has been awarded a grant by the Fyssen Foundation to test the use of kTMP to improve speech comprehension. This is a collaboration with Magnetic Tides, UCB and Prof. Benedikt Zoefel from the Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition.
Magnetic Tides was chosen as one of Hello Tomorrow’s Deep Tech Pioneers for our innovative brain stimulation device and will be attending Hello Tomorrow Global Summit in March 2024
CEO of Magnetic Tides, Ludovica Labruna, chats with Michael Waite on his podcast about our innnovative non-invasive brain stimulation device
Collaboration with Dr. Sheltraw and Dr. Labruna from Magnetic Tides, Professor Richard Ivry from UC Berkeley, and Professor Ganguly from UC San Francisco.
Magnetic Tides has been awarded by the NIH supplement to promote diversity to enhance the diversity of the research workforce and increase the participation of women and socially and economically disadvantaged individuals in small businesses.
Magnetic Tides Awarded by NIH with a Direct Phase 2 SBIR from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)
Magnetic Tides is Officially an Affiliated Research Institute of the University of California, Berkeley
kTMP Has Been Approved as a Non-Significant Risk Device